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Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy : Lab Dissection Guide

Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy : Lab Dissection Guide - 3rd edition

ISBN13: 978-0072909579

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Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Published: 2002
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Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy : Lab Dissection Guide - 3RD 02 edition

ISBN13: 978-0072909579

Kenneth Kardong and Edward J. Zalisko

ISBN13: 978-0072909579
ISBN10: 0072909579
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 3RD 02
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Published: 2002
International: No
Summary

This high-quality laboratory manual may accompany any comparative anatomy text, but especially Kardong's Vertebrates: Comparative Anatomy, Function, Evolution or Kent/Carr's Comparative Anatomy. This text carefully guides students through dissections and is richly illustrated.

New to This Edition

  • 38 new illustrations have been created for this edition.
  • Throughout the lab manual, there will be a "book" icon in the margin next to textual material that is also reflected in the main text by Kardong. These icons will be page-referenced, so students can easily locate the material in the main text for reference or further reading.
  • Now included in the manual is a new art notebook found at the end of the manual. Throughout the manual, an icon next to a piece of artwork will alert students that the figure can be found at the back of the manual to assist with notetaking, etc.

Features

  • Detailed and accurate line drawings throughout help deliniate structures and their important components.
  • Broad coverage of animal skeletal systems include the frog, cat, turtle, alligator, shark, and more.
  • Patterns and Connections boxes help students understand how evolution remodels or changes structures based on environmental factors.
  • Chapters are written to permit flexibility in the course sequence.

Author Bio

Kardong, Kenneth : Washington State University--Pullman

Zalisko, Edward J. : Blackburn College

Table of Contents

1 Introduction

Classification and Comparison/Defining the Chordates/Studying Advice/Designing for Students

2 Protochordates
3 Agnathans--Examination of a Primitive Vertebrate: The Lamprey

Agnathans--Three Vertebrate Groups in the Myxinoidea Chordata/Adult Lamprey Anatomy/Anatomy of the Lamprey (Ammocoete) Larva

4 Vertebrate Integuments

Introduction/Examination of Vertebrate Integuments/Specializations of the Integument

5 Skeletal System

Tissues of the Skeletal System/Divisions of the Skeletal System/Postcranial Skeleton/Skull/Cranial Skeleton/Teeth

6 Muscular System and External Anatomy

Introduction/Shark Dissection/Necturus/Cat

7 Digestive Systems

Introduction/Shark/Necturus/Cat

8 Circulatory and Respiratory Systems

Introduction/Shark/Necturus/Cat

9 Urogential System

Shark/Necturus/Cat

10 Nervous System

Introduction/Shark/Sheep Brain

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